Hundreds call for ICE to be Abolished And Protest Operation Streamline

Hundreds gathered in Chicano Park this week for a rally and march through downtown San Diego to call for an end to family separations, the abolishment of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and to cancel the implementation of Operation Streamline.

Sen. Harris Visits Detention Center, Rallies Against Family Separation

To kick off a weekend of nationwide demonstrations against the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” policy, U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris joined immigrant rights supporters to rally against family separations on Friday.

Cross-Border Hug Requires Travel from San Diego to Texas

As reunion events for families split between the United States and Mexico at San Diego’s Friendship Park will continue being banned this year, dozens of people who yearned to hold their loved ones – even if just for a minute – traveled over 1,000 miles to Texas just to have that fleeting moment with their family members.

Proposed Bill Would Increase Oversight of Immigration Detention Facilities

A bill that would increase the oversight of Immigration and Customs Enforcement detention centers as well as establish that no federal funds be used for the construction or expansion of immigration detention facilities was introduced on Tuesday, May 15.

First National Guard Troops Arrive at the California-Mexico Border

A deployment of just over 150 National Guard troops have reported to the border between California and Mexico, where they will be working in support roles with Border Patrol. According to authorities, 108 members of the contingent have been assigned to the San Diego Sector, while 51 will be assisting the El Centro sector.

Estados Unidos Procesa Solicitudes de Asilo de la Caravana Migrante

Por Alexandra Mendoza – El miércoles, activistas que acompañan a la caravana tenían un conteo de 74 personas, en su mayoría madres con sus hijos, que ya habían sido recibidas por parte de autoridades de inmigración, lo que representa casi la mitad de la caravana.

County Votes to Support Trump Administration’s Lawsuit Against California

By Andrea Lopez-Villafaña – On Tuesday, April 17, the San Diego County Board of Supervisors announced a vote of 3-1 to support the Trump’s Administration’s lawsuit against three California laws, sparking different reactions from organizations for and against the decision.